Loss of rights due to criminal conviction refers to the practice in some countries of
reducing the rights of individuals who have been convicted of a criminal offence.
The restrictions are in additi...
Mar 28, 2003 ... Consequences of a Felony Conviction. ... although federal anti-discrimination
laws place some restrictions on the use of criminal histories.
Convicted felons lose many of the civil rights afforded to Americans without a
felony ... there are certain travel restrictions that may be levied by other countries.
A convicted felon may sit on a federal jury if an individual's civil rights have been
... Numerous other occupational restrictions exist such as a prohibition against ...
Restrictions for Convicted Felons. Certain restrictions on convicted felons
continue long after a term of incarceration and parole or probation is completed.
NOTE: Where restrictions are state-based, New York law on restrictions and relief
is ... CRD if he or she was convicted of no more than one felony and can apply.
What kind of restrictions are most felons subjected to? ... Can a convicted felon,
when released due to passing of father, be allowed to live with a school teacher ...
Feb 3, 2016 ... A felony conviction carries two sets of consequences. ... State restrictions on the
possession, repair, disposal, and carrying of firearms are ...
Oct 20, 2014 ... Anyone who has been convicted of a felony is banned by federal law from ever ...
There are many other federal gun ownership restrictions.
Apr 25, 2008 ... "Ex-offenders face legal restrictions on employment, they lack access to ...
stipulates that persons convicted of a state or federal felony offense ...